When running Inspector on one specific executable, I am getting the following error, which results in the suppressions not being honoured:
Used suppression file(s): ..\tm_win32_tools\cpputest\inspector_cpputest.sup Collection started. To stop the collection, either press CTRL-C or enter from another console window: inspxe-cl -r C:\Views\oran\tm_build_system\build\unittest64\oran_mplane_functions_unittest.exe.inspector\F7A30E14 -command stop. Error: Cannot load result C:\Views\oran\tm_build_system\build\unittest64\oran_mplane_functions_unittest.exe.inspector\F7A30E14. Cannot create the database for this file. Please contact Intel customer support. Inspector: build\unittest64\oran_mplane_functions_unittest.exe, Incorrect memcpy call - in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 16.0\VC\Tools\MSVC\14.29.30037\include\xutility", line 4161
I don't get this on any other executables but it is 100% repeatable on this particular executable, across different machines and users. How do I report this to understand what the problem is?
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Could you please share the following details:
- Inspector version
- OS and Hardware details
- Sample reproducer code and exact steps you followed.
Here are the answers to your question:
- We are generally running with 2023.0.0 but I updated to 2023.2.0 and the problem remains
- I am running Windows 10 Enterprise 22H2 on Dell desktop with a Intel Core i7 CPU. However, I have reproduced the issue on my laptop and other users, with different hardware, have also reproduced it.
- I can provide a reproducer as we have hundreds of test-suites and this is the only one that exhibits the issue. The `runmc.options` is as follows:
-r C:\Views\cue\tm_build_system\build\unittest64\oran_mplane_functions_unittest.exe.inspector\F7A30E14 -verbose -display-info-messages-in-verbose-mode-only --access-checks --no-analyze-stack --leak-maximum=100000 --leak-check-on-exit --freelist-vol=1000000 --guard-zone-size=32 --stack-depth=32 --offload-target=default -- build\unittest64\oran_mplane_functions_unittest.exe -oteamcity --outfile build\unittest64\oran_mplane_functions_unittest_out.txt
I am happy run whatever diagnostics you would like to help you understand the issue.
We are able to run samples without any issue using Inspector (2023.2.0) on Windows 10.
To debug your issue further we need a sample reproducer code (sample reproducer is an exact replica of your working sample).
As I mentioned, I have many, many executables that we run under Windows 10 and it is only this 1 that exhibits the defect so I don't know how to start with stripping it down. I cannot post the problematic executable on a public forum due to licensing issues but, if I can send it to someone within Intel solely for the purpose of investigating this bug, I am happy to do so. Please advise.